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The NY Ukulele Salon On Halloween night,

The NY Ukulele Salon proudly presents an eveningof jazz ukulele and spooky fun at The Living Room in Manhattan's LowerEast Side. Please feel free to invite lots of friends, blog, tweet, etc. We need to pack the place, because it's going to be great and it's a bigspace! 7:00: KhabuKhabu Doug Young (aka Khabu Young Dog) hails from Lubbock, TX, but hecurrently resides with his wife and daughter in the East Village. Heis an extremely talented and distinguished musician, who does thingswith the ukulele that will amaze you. Mostly of the jazz variety. Formore details, see or 8:00: Dr. Uke and Daughters: The Rosokoff FamilyThis family group sings as a close harmony family trio with songs fromseveral eras. Check out for examples of their songsand other things ukulele. 9:00: The MoonlightersFronted by Bliss Blood, The Moonlighters play a hip confection of jazzand pop, combining 21st century attitude with 1920's songwriting andvirtuosity through vocal harmonies and rocking swing rhythms onukulele, bass, andsteel guitar. See more at Emcee: Rick BrunerRick is the organizer of the NY Ukulele Salon, a sporadic ukuleleparty and performance series. He will be performing a few songs duingthe interludes between acts, in a humble jazzy style.

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  • Rick B.

    Loads of fun. Great performances by Khabu, Dr. Uke & Daughters and Bliss Blood & The Moonlighters. So fun!

    November 1, 2009

  • judster

    Halloween Night is a tough night to attract lots of people, particularly early in the evening when everyone is checking out the parade and possibly in the parade. I had a great time. I thought that Khabu and his band, The Moon Lighters and Dr Uke and his band were great. thanks for organizing.

    November 1, 2009

  • Ukulele Bartt W.

    I'll be the first to leave a comment. I hate leaving comment boxes blank. They look so lonely.

    October 14, 2009

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